The outgoing Machakos Governor and Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader Dr. Alfred Mutua has termed Deputy President and Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate William Ruto as a smart leader.
On Thursday, Ruto took questions from the media and the public in regards to his agenda and what he has in store for Kenyans should he be elected the country’s 5th president in the August 9 general election.
Mutua, who ditched the Azimio La Umoja camp for Kenya Kwanza earlier on admits Ruto is the right fit for the Kenyan presidency. Mutua says Ruto knows exactly what ails majority of Kenyan people and has the right answers for the problems facing the general public, especially in these hard economic times.
He adds that the country’s major problems need a focused and clear leader who will swiftly swing into action and deliver millions of the citizens from various socio-economic challenges.
“It was a joy listening to Willliam Ruto as he answered questions on the plan we have for Kenya. He has clarity on what ails Kenya, what needs to be done, how it will be implemented and where the money will come from. He is focused and will make the best leader for Kenya,” Mutua wrote on Friday.
“The high unemployment rate, rising cost of living, strangling debt and many societal problems facing Kenyans will need someone who has the energy and focus to sort out,” he added.
Further, Alfred Mutua has thrown weight behind the Kenya Kwanza manifesto which bases on economic growth from the bottom upwards.
He insists that the William Ruto government will execute every plan and concept to transform the country in all areas.
“Our main opposition team say they have a concept of what they will do. We, Kenya Kwanza, have a comprehensive, ready to execute plan that will transform Kenyans and change your life.” He completed.
With exactly one month before the August 9th general election, political temperatures in the country have risen with every camp drumming up support for their respective candidates.
Both Azimio La Umoja and Kenya Kwanza ends are doing their final touches to woo the electorates to their sides as the campaigns enter the final lap.